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Davolash means treat in Uzbek and is made with silk on cotton.  The colours are so striking in this suzani.


    W95.5cm X H104cm X D3.5cm

    Framed with an oak frame. As with all our traditionally framed pieces, we frame as green as we can. This beautifully embroidered textile is carefully wrapped around a conservation board. There is a 1.5cm spacer so the piece sits back into the breathable frame.



    The name "Suzani" originates from the Persian word for needle, “suzan”. It is a type of embroidered and decorative textile traditionally handwoven in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan by the women in a bride's family as part of her wedding dowry.

    Each unique design tells a story using traditional symbols and motifs such as the sun and the moon, flowers, leaves and vines, fruits (especially pomegranates - whose seeds symbolise fertility) and sometimes fish and birds. These motifs were believed to imbue the Suzanis with spiritual powers, offering protection or strength to their owners.

    Loom's beautiful Suzani

    s are handwoven with silk thread and pull on traditional designs with a modern twist.

  • CARE

    With all our frames use a soft cloth to remove any marks. We recommend a microfibre cloth for cleaning. Do not use anything abrasive.

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